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BESE Candidates Debate Common Core

BESE Candidates Debate Common Core

Three Republican candidates for the State Board of Elementary & Secondary Education spoke at the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon Oct. 13 on their plans if elected to the board. Candidates Kathy Edmonston, Jason Engen, and Etta Licciardi spoke and answered questions for nearly an hour.  Another Republican candidate, Laree Taylor, was unable attend.  Kathy Edmonston […]

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Reign of the Cynics

Reign of the Cynics

As a sophomore at Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge, I listened to our principal, Little Fuzzie Brown, on the loudspeaker in the morning and at our school assemblies.  He told us, “You attend the greatest school in this state, and you have the responsibility of keeping it that way.  You have to take the […]

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GOP Endorses Kathy Edmonston for BESE

GOP Endorses Kathy Edmonston for BESE

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed long-time educator Kathy Edmonston for the seat on the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education from the 6th District, which includes much of the Florida Parishes. One of the issues that was important in endorsing Edmonston was her strong opposition to Common Core and […]

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Election Day in Central

Election Day in Central

Central voters will go to the polls Saturday to face the election for Governor and other statewide offices, but the local races that normally spice up politics are not on the ballot this year. Among parishwide officials, only Clerk of Court Doug Welborn has opposition. Likewise, only one local legislator — Sen. Dale Erdey — […]

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Read Central City News for Oct. 22, 2015

Read Central City News for Oct. 22, 2015

Top stories in this week’s paper: • Election Day in Central – Governor, Statewide Offices on Ballot Saturday • Sample Ballots • GOP Endorses Kathy Edmonston for BESE • Country Living in the City: Reign of the Cynics – Are You a Participant or Just a Cynic Who Sits on the Sidelines and Does Nothing […]

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State Senate Dist. 13

State Senate Dist. 13

Long-time legislator Sen. Dale Erdey will face perhaps his biggest reelection challenge Oct. 24 against insurance executive Derek Babcock.  Erdey has served for 16 years — eight as a state representative and eight as a state senator.  He handily defeated Babcock four years ago.  However, Derek Babcock has a bigger, more formidable campaign this year […]

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Four Major Candidates for Lt. Gov.

Four Major Candidates for Lt. Gov.

With the Oct. 24 open primary just three weeks away, four major candidates are seeking to become Louisiana’s next Lt. Governor — Baton Rouge Mayor-President Kip Holden and three Republican candidates. The three Republican candidates — Sen. Elbert Guillory of Opelousas, former Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser, and Jefferson Parish President John Young — have […]

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What Governor Candidates Believe

What Governor Candidates Believe

The four leading candidates for governor in the Oct. 24 primary have revealed their views on a wide range of issues facing the state and nation. In this exclusive report, Public Service Commission member Scott Angelle, Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne, State Rep. John Bel Edwards, and U.S. Sen. David Vitter answered questions and provided insight into how […]

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Buddy Caldwell Has Solid Conservative Record

Buddy Caldwell Has Solid Conservative Record

In 2011, Ed Gillespie, then the chairman of the Republican National Committee approached Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell and asked him to switch from Democrat to Republican.  Gillespie told Caldwell that their research indicated that he was one of the most conservative Attorneys General in the United States — far more conservative than the average […]

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Do Smells Bring Back Memories to You?

Do Smells Bring Back Memories to You?

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News Do smells bring back memories to you? Every spring when we cut the grass for the first time, the memories lood back to me. Sometimes I pick up a handful of freshly-cut grass and hold it to my nose. I’ve even been known to lay face down in […]

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